Jam-packed with best practice strategies, after reading this must-have management resource you will be able to:
- Define progressive discipline.
- State the guidelines and key elements or progressive discipline.
- Use the steps of your company’s progressive discipline system.
- Identify ways to avoid disciplinary problems.
- Distinguish between performance deficiencies and misconduct.
- Handle attendance issues.
- Document disciplinary actions, including the use of a Performance Improvement Plan (PIP).
This comprehensive report covers everything you need to know about progressive discipline, including:
- Progressive Discipline Guidelines
- Key Elements of Progressive Discipline Steps
- Suggested Progressive Discipline Steps
- Sample Written Warning
- Exceptions to the Progressive Discipline System
- Avoiding Disciplinary Action
- Increasing Employee Engagement
- Communicating Clear and Consistent Employee Expectations
- Identifying and Preventing Performance Problems Before They Start
- How to Address Employee Issues
- Distinguishing Between Performance Deficiencies Versus Misconduct
- Handling Attendance Issues
- Documenting Disciplinary Action
- What You Should Document
- Performance Improvement Plans
- Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) Template
- Avoiding Progressive Discipline Mistakes
- Treating Progressive Discipline As A Punishment
- Failing To Take Action
- Not Digging Deep Enough
- Determining if Progressive Discipline Right for Your Company
Product ID: 9209
Plus, the Progressive Discipline guide includes sample materials and finger-tip access to:
- Progressive Discipline Steps
- Counseling Session (Verbal Warning)
- Written Warning
- Suspension Without Pay (or Probation)
- Performance Improvement Plan Templates
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